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i didn't want to break my knife. and that is that pastry chef describing to 7news how she broke the window to let some of these trapped people out after a fire broke out on this orange line this afternoon. there were five people injured, including that chef. she was treated for smoke inhalation as well as a t police officer. three were treated here on the scene. two others taken to the hospital. the orange line here at back bay is still shut down at this hour. we're live in boston, i'm at lex debado, 7 news. breaking news on beacon hill. an suv slamming into this building. kimberly bookman live on beacon hill, have they been able to remove that vehicle yet? yeah, ryan. at this hour that vehicle was towed away. you can take a look over my shoulder and see what is left
that suv slammed right into a wall that was holding up a pantry. you can see now what is left behind here at this hour. and we do understand that no one was here at the time in that house, which is the good news heres. fire 15s tell us they believe the suv was involved in some kind of a hit and run maybe near cambridge street, and then drove up on grove street all the way to the end, right before witnesses say the suv was speeding, some say they were going about 70 miles per hour when it hit this hall -- this wall here at the home. and then all of these bricks began to fall. now both the driver and the passenger that were in that suv were taken by ambulance. we were told that they were both alert and conscious. >> i seen a white car flying up here. flying up here, doing like 70 with no brakes. smack into the wall. >> so it wasn't as if they were trying to get into a garage, it
something. >> when we first got here, there were two people within the vehicle that was actually against the structure over there. the people were conscious and alert. they were able to remove them from the vehicle. i really don't know what happened preceding that. i understand it was coming up the street at a high rate of speed and may have been a hit and run or something down on cambridge street. >> back out here live again, looking at the scene, you can see there's a big gaping hole. that was a wall holding up a ry that suv has been removed, and fire officials tell us when they removed that, the wall was actually sort of neighboring a garage. it started to collapse a little bit on the garage. there was a car there that sustained some damage. that's about to the extent of it. they have taken the suv away and are investigating at this hour. kimberly bookman, 7news. and there's breaking news in win chest they are evening, as well. another damaging drive. investigators saying a box truck
what it did to that house. took out part of the garage. the company says no one was hurt and believe the crash was caused by a mechanical issue by that truck, possibly a brake failure that sent it down a steep hill. a day long search in marblehead after an ambush on a trail. officers say a man managed to get away running towards salem. steve cooper has much more on this case. >> this is a popularl here in northshore and a lot of people use it every day of the week. and tonight, as you can imagine, residents are rattled by what happened here today while police are busy searching for a suspect. >> i find that sort of shocking because i've always thought this trail is very safe. >> police on motorcycles here in marblehead along with officers on foot patrol and flooding the area with cruisers plus k-9s and their handlers, all
route 114 at the marble head/salem line. all this after a woman in her early 40s was approached by a man on a bicycle. >> she realized he was exposing himself and coming towards her reaching out to get her. she pulled back. she screamed for help. he took off. >> reporter: the woman wasn't physically harmed. schools in the area were quickly notified of the incident. a private tower school pre-k through 8 and next to the rail trail quickly moved all students >> we immediately went into lock-down. you know, obviously the security of our kids is a priority. >> reporter: investigators scoured the area for hours searching for the suspect, who took off on a bicycle towards salem, leaving runners and walkers scared but not necessarily deterred to be out here. >> bad things can happen anywhere. anything can happen. have you to be vigilant and aware. >> we haven't had anything like this in my memory occur. but i think it's safe to say
a while longer. >> and with the extra patrols in place around here, police are also urging people in are using the rail trails to not do so alone and also make sure this he have a cell phone with them. live in marblehead tonight, steve cooper, 7 nuts. a final report offering disturbing details into the taunton stabbing spree and the days leading up to it. the report says the 28-year-old arthur derosa was diagnosed with anxiety disorder hours before he attacked several people in manic and depressed, but was not given any medication. the report goes on to say the night of the stabbing derosa was involved in a hit and run and attacked two women in their home, killing one of them. he then moved to the silver city galleria in taunton where he killed another man, stabbed a pregnant woman and an off-duty sheriff's deputy shot and killed him, which the d.a. said today was justified. over the course of those enters, 80-year-old patricia and
her home and heath killed at the practice trouchey's in the mall -- practice tiewchy's at the mall. >> a car driving the wrong way collided with another car. brian gunnoe is live at hyannis where the vigil is happening. >> brian, this vigil and the memorial started a few minutes ago so i'm going to try to speak quietly to not drb hundreds, several hundreds people have shot showed up for this vigil and moiling. you can see all the balloons and candle that they have been lighting. this is in the village green in hyannis, if you're familiar with it. police say the 31-year-old man was driving the wrong way on 45 early monday morning in middleboro when she crashed head-on into a vehicle with four young college students. all five died on scene.
wanted to come together. >> it's beautiful. i mean, if you look out here and this is actually our -- our second gathering. okay, because we had a great community day a few months ago, and that was strictly for happiness, bringing that community together. and it was nothing sad about it just about everybody getting to know each other, we had the police and the fire and the hospital and people from different states and different countries and they loved it, and we had everybody supported us, and it was beautiful. and now this is what we have again. celebrating the life of a few people. we've had a very rough week here. very rough week. i don't care what happened, you're not here anymore and our community, our family, our love, we're all connected. >> right now again you can see several hundred people have come out for this vij hill and memorial.
woman was driving on the wrong side of the road. live in hyannis, brandon gunnoe, 7news. a new secure team at the airport. a demonstration today with a passenger screening dog. the black lab named jazz is a little different than other bomb-sniffing dog. she's been trained to deck the explosives on carry-on bags. >> we did our training for three months at the air force base and come back to l additional training to get jazz certified. so roughly between a four and five-month process before the dog's trained good enough to work here in the environment. >> he says the black labs make bomb bomb-sniffing dog because they're so smart and sociable which is an important trait because the dogs work in a busy airport packed with people. coming up, 13 days until the election, and donald trump goes off the trailt today. why he stepped away from campaigning for just a short
to voters in florida. >> also, fresh faces hoping to get the celtics over the hump. it all starts tonight at the garden. >> we are staying on top of breaking news out at back bay station, passengers forced to kick out windows and crawl out them after a orange line train fills with smoke. the mbta says it's either the motor or maybe trash on the tracks could be to blame. we have a crew talking to investigators, and we will be bring you the latest information here on i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
>> day is 13 days away. hillary clinton still in florida getting a birthday backing from her supporters who sang to her as she turns 69 years old today. so botca more stops tonight. >> 7's dan hausle joins us in the newsroom with much more. >> both the candidates are hot on the campaign trail this afternoon but both campaigns are also arguing about the time they spend off the trail. >> reporter: donald trump speaking in north carolina this afternoon, speaking out against what he calls the failed policies of hillary clinton and the democrats. >> every day i'm out on the trail, proposing fresh solutions and new thinking.
turning the republican candidate criticism for stepping off the campaign trail with election two weeks away. trump cut the ribbon for his new hotel near the white house a symbol he says for how he'd run the gosh. >> my theme today is five words. under budget and ahead of schedule. hillary clinton has time to go to an adele concert and everybody thinks that really cool and donald trump stops off to unveil an incredible stunning piece of architecture in a new first class hotel and
donald trump is saying he'll put 100 of his own money to his campaign and as of september 30th, financial reports show he put up 56 million. >> as election day draws near stay with 7 air on air and online. you can go to whdh.com or use our 7news phone and tablet apps. >> all right, jaryd's been tracking some wintery weather possibly for tomorrow? >> that is correct. a chilly rain for most of us,
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31, 36 tonight. here is where you fieblgdz the new clouds, that's tied to our next storm system which tonight is moving through the great lakes states and making a beeline into new england. tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow evening and it is a chilly rain once it arrives in metro boston. >> and there's gonna be less than cold air. it'll be in the 20s. as that precipitation gets into western new england it will be in the form of snow and even out in the berkshires, it will flip over to rain tomorrow afternoon. this will be about between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. and even in worcester hills, i think there will be snow for a short time and it changes over to rain. >> not seeing accumulating snow
above he wasvation and then focus on beneficial rain. it will be a good chunk that comes out late tomorrow afternoon, not heavy rain, i think the chance for the heavy rain is way tomorrow facility has, about 9:00, 10:00 tomorrow night, up until about 4:00, 5:00 a.m. on friday morning. won't be a repeat of last friday in worcester. not advertising 4 more inches of rain. but maybe as much as 2 inches of rain on the way. and with leavesti tropical storm drains, likely gonna lead so minor street flooding late tomorrow night into early friday morning and as we step through here friday morning rain is out of here and some sun on the way. map shows how much rain is on the way. again, not snow. rainfall forecast, all of us picking up an inch and a couple of downpours, maybe upwards of 1 1/2 to 2 inches of rain. friday it's windy, but dry. sprinkles saturday evening, otherwise the weekend is dry and temps back to where we should be
mid- and upper 50s. see you at 7:00. we coming to you live from the garden where the celtics are set to tip off their season tonight against the brooklyn nets. expectations are high for this team this year. there's really a sense that this team could challenge in the postseason and get out of the first round, like they haven't been able to do the last two years, and has everything to do with the addition of al orr, the big man and four time allstar joining the but won't do it just yet, but does propel them into the top group of eastern confidence behind the cleveland cavaliers and hasn't taken long for the 10-year veteran to makes his presence felt in the celtics locker room. >> he plays defense, he rebounds, he spread the floor on offense, very unselfish. all of those characteristics are contagious, and he's been
it can make plays for others, make place for itself and somebody the defense has to be aware of for all times. >> the celtics hoping the garden will be much kinder to them tonight than it was to malcolm suban last night, the 22-year-old giving up three goals on 16 shots marking the second time in his two career >> it doesn't matter if he was at the nets and we had injuries up front and lacking here or there. you gotta let the system take care and if you play it the right way, you have a chance to win. when you don't, you don't. >> no, there isn't -- there is
bruins, julian. newcomer david backus will miss a second straight game tonight. the rugged 32-year-old forward out of the line-up once again after under going a procedure on his el bow monday. sarnik will be calling it up. three weeks after the return of tom brady for his four-game suspension the patriots may be getting another boost in their offense. the nfl networks,y an rappaport reporting that running bk and is eligible to step on the practice field but once he does, 21 days they have to set him in motion on the active roster. no sign of louis today, however, as the patriots began preparing for round 2 against rex ryan and the buffalo bills, the pats looking to avenge their only loss of the season. with tom brady back in the fold, rex ryan acknowledges his team is in for a much tougher challenge come sunday. you know, i'll admit it, it
playing with out them. i'm here to say it was easier. >> we play sometimes where he's been blitzing a lot, and doesn't blitz much at all and then he doesn't blitz at all and then blitzes us a lot. i think have you to be prepared for everything which is a bit of a challenge because there's only so much time in the week you have to prepare. game 1 of the world series, indians catcher roberto hernandez, the unlikely hero going deep twice in the opener of the fal hernandez becoming the first number 9 batner world series history to hit two home runs in one game. his record-setting blast good for our play of the g8 day. well indians 6-0 win over the cubs last night, former red sox manager terry francona is now 9 and 0 in the world series. reporting live at the garden where it's the celtics and nets in the isn't opener, i'm joe amorosino, that's sports. >> all right, joe, world series, bruins, celtics, and hopefully
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tonight, taking care of business -- 13 days to go, donald trump detours off the campaign trail to promote his new hotel. and personally congratulate his surrogate newt gingrich on this final exchange. >> you are fascinated with sex and you don't care about public as hillary clinton barnstorms florida where a new poll shows trump edging ahead. too drunk to fly? a pilot arrested at the airport after tsa agents sound the alarm. nbc news exclusive, the pentagon chief shares plans for the next u.s. mission against isis. and campus shock at one of the nation's top universities, a